Put your candidates first. Always.
Equalture's gamified job application experience removes stress and anxiety, and provide candidates with an unforgettable experience instead.
Jesper van Gelder
Equalture’s Head of Customer Success
”I’ve never met a person that said: Yes, awesome, I love updating resumes/writing cover letters!’
For me, it was an absolute delight to be able to showcase my capabilities through a set of neuroscientific games when I applied for the Head of CS role at Equalture. I’ve never met a person that said ‘Yes, awesome, I love updating resumes/writing cover letters’, and on top of that it’s very easy to sugarcoat everything the old-fashioned way. Proving you’re the perfect candidate for the job is about being able to perform, not about giving a course on my personal history.
Having a master’s degree in Psychology, I’m very aware of bias in the hiring process, and the privilege I have as a white male. It’s unfair and (intercultural) bias should not have a place in a world with more and more diasporas. Modernizing the hiring process is ballsy, but makes total sense from a scientific and contemporary perspective.
Candidates don’t ask for much. All they want is a bit less stress, a bit more fun, and a bit more fairness.
Don’t take our word for it. Check out reviews Equalture’s gamified job application received from candidates all across the globe.
”I thoroughly enjoyed the gaming part of the application. It’s fun and doesn’t have the pressure or anxiety factor of a face-to-face interview, while it also provides companies with way more reliable, data-driven insights.”
”As my name and skin color quite obviously reveals where I was born, most companies already write me off without even looking at my profile. Equalture’s games provided me with the opportunity to prove my talents, which eventually got me hired.”
”I was immediately engaged and wonder/hope that this recruitment process is a testament to your corporate culture. It says something about your company! I wouldn’t be surprised if quite a lot of conclusions can be drawn from only these games.”